The win in this match also guaranteed the Americans could do no worse than a tie in the event.

The California native captured four of the next five holes before closing it out with a par at No. “We know there’s a lot of golf in front of us.

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Patrick Reed having some fun with the crowd. @CamSmithGolf shows all the emotions as he closes out his singles match @PresidentsCup. Hadwin won the 17th to force the match to a deciding hole, and he stood over a 17-foot birdie putt for a chance to steal a point for the hosts. Patrick Reed (U.S.) defeated C.T.

He never trailed and, after Ancer cut the lead to one on the 13th, won two of the next three holes to secure the point. Matsuyama edged back in front with a birdie on No. This #PresidentsCup is a debacle for the United States. 1 tested positive for coronavirus, withdraws from The CJ Cup. Pan (INT), 4 and 2.

We are down three points but there’s so many points to be had, so many points to be won, so we are already looking ahead and trying to put our best squad together to try and rack up some points.”.
Ernie Els, captain of the International team, admitted he was surprised by the Internationals’ dominance on day one. Just because we lost the session doesn’t mean the Cup’s over. Sign up, Join the conversation, you are commenting as Logout.

But Finau was confident the US could change the momentum.

Simpson left the door open for An with a pair of late bogeys.

“It’s a good start,” he said. Matt Kuchar's birdie on 17 secured the @PresidentsCup for the #USTeam. The Internationals played some great golf today and they are leading 4-1. This represented the first full International point of the day to reach the scoreboard, and it didn't come until the United States had already wrested the lead away. Adam Hadwin (INT) and Bryson DeChambeau (U.S.) Tied.

It's a good thing the President's Cup is being played at a funky time on weeknights so most people aren't paying attention. Master of Reality was second across the line but relegated to fourth after a protest. It was a strong back-nine surge from Im, who won four of the match's final five holes after it was tied through 10.
#QuickHits The 15-time major champion handled the leadoff role perfectly Sunday.

He proceeded to win six of the next 13 holes compared to just one for the United States superstar for the most improbable International singles point. Live: Day two of the Presidents Cup from Royal Melbourne Golf Club. Get your 14 day free trial, Tiger Woods helped provide the US with a rare reason to smile on Thursday.Source:AFP.

Playing captain Tiger Woods kicked things off with a victory over Abraham Ancer, and his teammates followed suit with a 6-2-4 win in singles to secure the trophy. Stream live coverage of the 2019 …

Reed, who's found himself at the center of controversy each of the past two weeks, showed no signs of concern as he built a massive lead by winning six of the first seven holes. 1.

Schauffele put on a clinic of playing ahead in match play, taking the lead after the second hole and going up by four at the turn to outlast Scott, who did sink a late eagle to make things interesting. For anyone new to Melbourne Cup, here is a brief explanation of what makes Melbourne Cup so hugely popular and prestigious. Don't have an account? Sungjae Im (INT) defeated Gary Woodland (U.S.), 4 and 3. There’s a long way to go. “There’s a lot of golf to be played,” Finau said.

2019 Official Presidents Cup Film The magic in Melbourne inspired what could be considered as the most exciting Presidents Cup in history at The Royal Melbourne Golf Club. A video replay of the 2020 Melbourne Cup will be provided after the race is run and won.

Woods, the Americans' playing captain, generated headlines by keeping himself out of both Day 3 sessions despite combining with Justin Thomas to win the United States' first two matches of the event.

Cantlay shook off a mid-round malaise that saw Niemann win three out of four holes to grab a 1-up lead at the 10th with a great finishing stretch. MELBOURNE — Well, that was … Dramatic. Tap to follow all the action from Shadow Creek, World No. Adam Scott and Louis Oosthuizen defeated the American pairing of Matt Kuchar and Dustin Johnson three and two (three holes ahead with two holes to play) to give the International team a healthy 5-1 lead overall before life got worse for the US. Smith has been in the headlines after slamming Reed for cheating and he made a red-hot start to his Presidents Cup debut.

We begin with a thought about this Presidents Cup, and Presidents “All my boys, they did it,” he said.

Patrick Cantlay (U.S.) defeated Joaquin Niemann (INT), 3 and 2. Smith has been in the headlines after slamming Reed for cheating and he made a red-hot start to his Presidents Cup debut. Hideki Matsuyama (INT) and Tony Finau (U.S.) Tied. Reed was copping plenty of stick from the crowd after his cheating controversy at last week’s Hero World Challenge and while he played up to the fans, he wasn’t smiling at the end result. A career moment in front of his home crowd. Webb Simpson (U.S.) defeated Byeong Hun An (INT), 2 and 1. Xander Schauffele (U.S.) defeated Adam Scott (INT), 2 and 1. The US is getting steamrolled. Smith put together one of the day's best performances. Love this, just absolutely love it. The United States increased its lead to 11-1-1 in the all-time Presidents Cup series, including an active streak of eight straight victories. U-S-A U-S-A U-S-A

The emotions of a record-breaking @PresidentsCup match victory.

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Wide World of Sports has the finishing order from the Melbourne Cup for everyone who's in the office sweep: 1st: Vow and Declare (Jockey: Craig Williams, Trainer: Danny O'Brien), 2nd: Prince of Arran (Jockey: Michael Walker, Trainer: Charlie Fellowes), 3rd: Il Paradiso (Jockey: Wayne Lordan, Trainer: Aidan O'Brien), 4th: Master of Reality (Jockey: Frankie Dettori, Trainer: Joseph O'Brien), 5th: Surprise Baby (Jockey: Jordan Childs, Trainer: Paul Preusker), 6th: Mer De Glace (Jockey: Damian Lane, Trainer: Hisashi Shimizu), 7th: Finche (Jockey: Kerrin McEvoy, Trainer: Chris Waller), 8th: Cross Counter (Jockey: William Buick, Trainer: Charlie Appleby), 9th: Steel Prince (Jockey: Brett Prebble, Trainer: Anthony Freedman), 10th: Magic Wand (Jockey: Ryan Moore, Trainer: Aidan O'Brien), 11th: Twilight Payment (Jockey: Hugh Bowman, Trainer: Joseph O'Brien), 12th: Sound (Jockey: James Winks, Trainer: Michael Moroney), 13th: Constantinople (Jockey: Joao Moreira, Trainer: David & Ben Hayes & Tom Dabernig), 14th: Mirage Dancer (Jockey: Ben Melham, Trainer: Trent Busuttin & Natalia Young), 15th: Hunting Horn (Jockey: Seamie Heffernan, Trainer: Aidan O'Brien), 16th: Raymond Tusk (Jockey: James Spencer, Trainer: Richard Hannon), 17th: The Chosen One (Jockey: Tim Clarke, Trainer: Murray Baker & Andrew Forsman), 18th: Latrobe (Jockey: James McDonald, Trainer: Joseph O'Brien), 19th: Southern France (Jockey: Mark Zahra, Trainer: Ciaron Maher & David Eustace), 20th: Youngstar (Jockey: Tommy Berry, Trainer: Chris Waller), 21st: Neufbosc (Jockey: Luke Nolen, Trainer: David & Ben Hayes & Tom Dabernig), 22nd: Downdraft (Jockey: John Allen, Trainer: Joseph O'Brien), 23rd: Mustajeer (Jockey: Damien Oliver, Trainer: Kris Lees), 24th: Rostropovich (Jockey: Dwayne Dunn, Trainer: David & Ben Hayes & Tom Dabernig). Watch the brand new comedy series Code 404 now on Stan. All times AEDT (GMT +11). Like Reed, Johnson was on cruise control for much of the round., Checking in with the @PresidentsCup champs. What Is the Melbourne Cup? Join the conversation, you are commenting as, — Australia’s leading news site. At the tail end of the field, Rostropovich was last across the line in the Melbourne Cup. We’ve got a long event to go still. He couldn't connect, which allowed DeChambeau to escape with a draw. Cameron Smith (INT) defeated Justin Thomas (U.S.), 2 and 1.

Woods and Thomas produced the day’s only points for the Americans on Thursday, beating Marc Leishman and Niemann, four and three, and before the first pair teed off on Friday, Woods was confident his team could turn things around after a horror first day.